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First 50 Blues Songs You Should Play on the Piano

Simply Arranged, Must-Know Collection of Blues Favorites

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Blues fans can get started playing their favorite tunes with this collection of 50 songs in easy piano format with lyrics. Songs include: Ain’t No Sunshine · All Blues · Basin Street Blues · Cross Road Blues (Crossroads) · Every Day I Have the Blues · Fever · I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good · Is You Is, or Is You Ain’t (Ma’ Baby) · Kansas City · Night Train · Pride and Joy · Route 66 · St. Louis Blues · Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin’ All the Time) · Sweet Home Chicago · The Thrill Is Gone · and more.

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Weight 21.8 oz
Dimensions 12 × 9 cm
Series Easy Piano Songbook
EAN 9781540000000
UPC 888681000000
ISBN 1540050785
Medium Softcover
Pages 186
  • At Last by Celine Dion
  • Darlin' You Know I Love You by B.B. King
  • Please Accept My Love by B.B. King
  • All Blues by John Coltrane
  • Pride And Joy by Marvin Gaye
  • I Got Love If You Want It by James Moore
  • Ain't No Sunshine by Kris Allen
  • Help Me by Elvis Presley
  • Baby Please Don't Go by AC/DC
  • St. Louis Blues by Grigson
  • Basin Street Blues by Spencer Williams
  • The Birth Of The Blues by B.G. DeSylva
  • Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino
  • Kidney Stew Blues by Eddie Vinson
  • Saint James Infirmary by Joe Primrose
  • Caldonia (What Makes Your Big Head So Hard?) by Woody Herman & His Orchestra
  • (They Call It) Stormy Monday (Stormy Monday Blues) by T-Bone Walker
  • Tanqueray by Johnnie Johnson
  • Cow Cow Blues by Charles Davenport
  • Cross Road Blues (Crossroads) by Cream
  • Fever by Bullet For My Valentine
  • Early In The Mornin' by Buddy Guy
  • Every Day I Have The Blues by B.B. King
  • Boogie Woogie Stomp by Albert Ammons
  • Night Train by Buddy Morrlow
  • Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You by Andy Razaf
  • Got My Mojo Working by Muddy Waters
  • Sitting On Top Of The World by Doc Watson
  • Hidden Charms by Willie Dixon
  • Things Ain't What They Used To Be by Englishby
  • How Long Blues (How Long, How Long Blues) by Leroy Carr
  • I Ain't Got You by Eric Clapton
  • I Can't Be Satisfied by Muddy Waters
  • I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good by Paul Francis Webster
  • I'd Rather Go Blind by Etta James
  • Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't (Ma' Baby) by Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five
  • It Hurts Me Too by Elmore James
  • Kansas City by The Beatles
  • Key To The Highway by Big Bill Broonzy
  • Let The Good Times Roll by B.B. King
  • My Babe by Little Walter
  • Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out by Eric Clapton
  • Route 66 by Manhattan Transfer
  • See See Rider by Ma Rainey
  • Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin' All The Time) by Ted Koehler
  • A Sunday Kind Of Love by Reba McEntire
  • Sweet Home Chicago by Robert Johnson
  • The Thrill Is Gone by B.B. King
  • West End Blues by Clarence Williams
  • C-Jam Blues by Duke Ellington


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